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Our radiologists lead the way in prostate imaging. We offer the newest techniques to better detect and stage prostate cancer. Call 310-481-7545 to find out more about prostate imaging and treatment options.
Dr. Steven Raman is a Professor of Radiology and Urology and is an expert in Urological Radiology, having published over 75 papers, 100 abstracts and several book chapters in this field. He has been the founding member of the UCLA Prostate Imaging Group, whose members include physicians and scientists dedicated to advancing the field of prostate imaging. Dr Raman believes that MR imaging the best non-invasive solution for finding the most aggressive prostate cancer.
Dr. David Lu is an internationally recognized expert in Abdominal Imaging and Cross Sectional Interventional Radiology. He is interested in the MR guided biopsy and treatment of prostate cancer.
Dr. Justin McWilliams is an interventional radiologist and an internationally recognized expert in prostate artery embolization (PAE) for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Since performing one of the first PAE procedures in the United States in 2012, Dr. McWilliams has become one of the leading practitioners of PAE as a minimally-invasive alternative to surgery in patients who are suffering from urinary obstruction from BPH.
Dr. Adam Plotnik is a specialist in interventional radiology and an expert in prostate artery embolization (PAE) for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). He has written numerous peer review publications on the technique of PAE and is an strong advocate for men's health, especially minimally invasive alternatives to surgery treating BPH.
Molecular Imaging/Nuclear Medicine
Corey W. Arnold, PhD
William Hsu, PhD
Kyung Hyun Sung, PhD
Albert M Thomas, PhD
Dr. Albert Thomas is a Professor of UCLA Radiology. He has expertise in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging (MRSI) and has published over 95 papers, 200 abstracts and several book chapters in this field. He has been developing novel multi-dimensional MR Spectroscopic Imaging techniques for prostate cancer since the late 80's and his latest contributions include novel non-uniformly undersampling (NUS) acquisition and compressed sensing and maximum entropy reconstructions.